Acupuncture and Chinese holistic medicine Acupuncture has a history of over 2000 years. It seeks the root cause of the disease, its onset and development mechanism. It treats diseases by acting on the acupuncture points.

They are found all over the body and form a network of meridians. To maintain a proper metabolism, meridians carry throughout the body, the energy (Qi) required to maintain the brain, organs, muscles, bones, nerves, glands and all other systems. Acupuncture is just one method among the other traditional Chinese therapeutic tools, such as: moxibustion (heat on acupuncture points), Tui Na massage, the Pharmacopoeia (herbal formulas), Qi Gong (respiratory movements) and Dietetics. What diseases does Acupuncture treat ? Complementary to Western treatment in many diseases, acupuncture is recognized by the WHO as effective in more than 80 pathologies of the respiratory, digestive, cardiovascular or nervous systems, muscle, bone, those related to eyes, mouth or ears. Acupuncture can also relieve pain associated with pregnancy, help to stop smoking or maintain a quality of life during chronic diseases or chemotherapy for example. The cosmetic acupuncture and massage. Very popular in the United States, acupuncture and Tui Na massage may offer a simple and cheaper alternative to modern cosmetic technologies or surgery. Treatments can help: - Reduce or prevent facial wrinkles - Losing weight and refine the silhouette (thighs, buttocks, belly, arms) - Increase or decrease the size (up to 1 cup) and lift the chest - Solve skin problems (acne, scars, eczema, stretch marks) - Treat hair problems (loss, baldness, dandruff) - Treat varicose veins How does an acupuncture session look like ? During the first session, a comprehensive energy diagnosis is made. It allows to identify the problem and its profound energy cause. A treatment protocol is established: the number and frequency of treatments (depending on the severity and length of the problem), types of care (acupuncture, massage, moxibustion, dietary). The sessions are spaced as soon as there is a marked improvement of symptoms. Important: an acupuncture session will in no way replace a medical diagnosis, but can serve as an additional aid after a visit to your doctor and prescription thereof. All needles used are in sterile blisters and disposable.



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